Domain du Moulin Gaillac 2016
Domain du Moulin Gaillac 2016 is a mix of Ondene (60%) and Sauvignon (40%) grapes. The Ondene grape is a very old local grape that produces richness and roundness. The wine has fresh fruit and is dry.
About the Winery
Domain du Moulin was founded in 1827 by Pierre Hirissou. The winery is a six generation family estate located on the right side of the Tarn river in Southeast France. The winery has 49 acres of limestone terroir and is currently run by Nicolas Hirissou.
Tobin’s Review- 3 out of 5
Domain du Moulin Gaillac 2016 has clear hay hue. The aroma is vibrant with citrus and grassy meadow notes. The wine is soft on the tongue with a slight twinge of acidity. The flavors come through as apricot and the wine is crisp and dry.
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